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. >> and the arrest made in the shooting of a 14-year-old in pakistan shot by the taliban for western thinking. what doctors are saying about her. >> there is a live look at interstate 880. this is right near the bay bridge. from there is road work on the harrison street off ramp. that may slow you down. watch out for that. we will watch the roads for you. it's 7:40 and this is mornings on 2. "misleading." out here. it. but there's hope. straight to our schools... keeps it there. politicians. to really help our schools, vote yes on thirty-eight. . >>> good morning. what a beautiful sight for sore eyes waking up with mostly sunny skies as we look toward the golden gate. a not able warm up in store for the weekend. >> new this morning the leader of al-qaeda is calling for a holy war against the united states and israel. he praised the muslim who stormed the embassy last month and killed four americans. he is urging muslims to strike back because of the anti islamic film innocence of muslims. he blasted the united states for excusing the film to be made. >> police say several have been arrested in c
the taliban. the girl was attacked and wounded on tuesday in the swat valley, a taliban stronghold. she said girls have a right to education. the taliban accused her of quote western thinking. elizabeth palmer reports from islamabad. >> reporter: malala yousufzai is on a ventilator at the moment and she's still one sedation according to the pakistani military spokesman. she's in an army hospital. her condition is said to be stable and her surgical team says that at the moment there's no plan to move her abroad for more specialist treatment. malala yousufzai's shooting last week by taliban extremists in her home town near the afghan border has shocked the country. just 14 years old, she and two classmates also injured but less seriously were attacked after gunmen stopped their school bus. the girls say the men were specifically after malala yousufzai. it's no surprise. since 2009 defying local taliban edicts she's been a fearless campaigner for pakistani girls right to an education. unusually even some of the most conservative religious figures in pakistan have condemned the shooting. one gro
the relationship between the taliban and al-qaeda in afghanistan and depicting the taliban as the kinder, gentler new taliban. she's covered it. she says it's not true. look at the "new york times" today. in pakistan, the taliban gunned down a 14-year-old girl, a 14-year-old girl who was a children right's activist who was an activist for women who wanted to get an education. the taliban went onto a bus near catchy, pakistan, and executed her. we know now in syria that the al-qaeda has infilt rated that opposition movement against the syrian government. so we look at syria, we look at pakistan. we look at afghanistan. we look at iraq. we look at embassy protests in yemen and tunisia and egypt which have allegedly been tied to al-qaeda. so we see a resurgence of al-qaeda, resurgence of taliban that is not consistent with the narrative we've been hearing from the administration. >> steve: the white house wants to get the heck out of afghanistan as soon as possible and if al-qaeda is regenerating, that's not helpful and lara logan from cbs, here she is spilling the beans that americans need to know.
correspondent who slammed the obama administration for saying the taliban have weakened in afghanistan. >>> maria molina got up bright and early for us. >> it is a dreary morning across the new york city area down into portions of new jersey and philadelphia. you will need the umbrella into connecticut and massachusetts and this patbatch of rain contis before moving into portions of new england. otherwise as we head westbound we have another strong cold front pushing through michigan and indiana and northwestern part of ohio producing areas of heavy rain out there right now. behind that front it will get cooler once again. temperatures continue to plummet. they have been spinning off the coast of california will finally begin to move on shore. it will be increasing the rainfall through california and nevada and eventually into the four corners. 26 right now in rapid city. 36 over minneapolis. 50 in new york city. as we take a look at the high temperatures as we head into the afternoon hours 53 in minneapolis. big warm-up in rapid city. >> maria molina, thanks. >>> it's time for stories
absences. >>> and that pakistani girl activist shot by the taliban, she is now being treated by the country's top military hospital. ma la wa was flown by helicopter and helped onto to a stretcher by soldiers that nearly fatal attack on the girl has horrified pakistanis across religious ethnic, political lines. she was targeted by the taliban for demanding that girls get equal access to education. and they say the next 24 hours after surgery are going to be critical. 10 doctors waiting to see if the extreme swelling in her head will hopefully be reduced. >> amazing some times the role she has taken on in society. what a symbol she has become. at a young age. what she is fighting for, something we take for granted. she is literally fighting for her life because of the cause there. the doctor said one doctor said the bullet has affected some parts of her brain, but there's a 70% chance she will survive. certainly welcome news. all thinking and praying for her. brave little girl. >> for sure. >>> moving on dozens of american airlines pilots put their labor frus
by the taliban. doug is live in dc with the preview of what he's going to say today. doug? >> good morning. this is the romney campaign trying to set the agenda and be more aggressive, especially in the wake of the debate that a lot of people thought mitt romney won. look how close this race is getting. through four key swing states, all within the margin of error, little doubt as to why the romney campaign would choose this last one, virginia, to deliver this big foreign policy address today. romney is probably going to touch on the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya last month. he may get into the ongoing crisis in syria, iran's nuclear ambition u name it. there is also afghanistan with the war there now entering its 12th year and almost on cue, we're hearing from the taliban with new reports this morning that they are mocking u.s. foreign policy, saying u.s. and nato forces are preparing to flee afghanistan in disgrace. romney is expected to call the withdrawal of u.s. force has politically timed retreat. >> for the last four years, we've had a foreign policy led by a president who b
, 14-year-old girl. she inspired so many as a symbol of defiance against the taliban because she was promoting education among women. she's now fighting for her life, after the taliban targeted her, gund her down. she survived. and a team of surgeons extracted a bullet from her neck this morning. she is recovering. we'll have the latest on the story. >> one brave young woman. >> absolutely. a remarkable story. >>> we have to switch gears now. we want to show you a video we can't stop watching. how so many people are getting up close and personal with tigers. is it just wild encounter? or too close to nature? >> topping the alligator. >>> and we also have a special guest today. ann romney will come in our second hour. we're looking forward to that. >>> we're going to begin with the alarming arrest at l.a.x. after man arrived at customs wearing body armor, agents discovered his luggage was packed with weapons. the big question, how did he make it on that flight into los angeles in the first place? cecilia vega is here with more. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning, geo
that -- and amid all that, the general's plane was damaged by taliban militants who fired missiles at ill while parked at bagram -- at it while parked at bagram air force base. he is a 1974 graduate of west point. he and wiz dive deend wife deenie have four children and seven grandchildren. the chairman is also a self-described sinatra irish pub kind of guy -- [laughter] who loves to sing at official functions. among his hits, all available on youtube, are christmas in killarney, the sesame street theme, and despite being from new jersey, "new york, new york." it is my pleasure to welcome general martin dempsey, the melodious chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. [applause] >> well, i did hear you get a little roughed up when you come to these events. although i will say the last time i was many this room i was actually surrounded by the muppets. [laughter] thanks, theresa. there is a tradition in the cavalry corpses, i am a cavalryman by background and a cavalryman at heart that we call the spur ride. in the early days, a new cavalryman was put on a horse without a saddle, no bridle, just he
a four-man team tracking down a key taliban leader. he was shot in the back and he left a protected signal to get a back up. y the held was shot down. >> here is someone that was the same age as the sailors on the ship. someone who grew up just like you and me and understanding the sacrifice this he made inspiring all of us to make the ship the best we can. >> the only navy seal has written a book called lone survivor and it is a movie. >> thank you indead. >> a world war one memorial at the cross road. stay with us. welcome back everybody. a 40 foot cross memorial for the world war one residents has been in maryland. one group has its way it will not be that way much longer. they say it is a christian symbol and doesn't properly represent all of the soldiers. joining us now . we have with us the lawyer. this is an emotional issue . you believe very strongly that the cross is a christian image and does not represent the sacrifices made by nonchristian soldiers and you are against keeping it in place each though it has been there 80 years and so why the fight now? >> why now. it was
, and personnel who are supposed to be supporting me. for me, the taliban is on the inside of the building. >> reporter: nordstrom suspected the denials for security were rooted in a fear of making libya seem more unstable. but a state department official denied any politics were at play. >> i have directly served six secretaries of state, democratic and republican. on my honor, no, none. >> reporter: we have learned new details what happened that night. at 8:30, ambassador chris stevens went outside the compound to say good night to a visiting turkish diplomat. the streets were empty. but at 9:40 p.m., security agents in the operations center of the compound heard explosions and saw a large group of armed men entering the compound. stevens, sean smith and one security agent locked themselves in the safe area. they saw attackers hunting for them. pouring diesel and, setting the house on fire. the three americans went to a bathroom area where they tried to open a small window for air. but it was not enough. on the ground suffering from severe smoke inhalation they decided to flee. stevens a
for saying the taliban have weakened in afghanistan. >>> maria molina got up bright i are mng ass the new york city area down into portions of new jersey and philadelphia. you will need the umbrella into connecticut and massachusetts and this patbaofaiti rein ionf new england. otherwise as w head westbound we have another strong cold front pushing through michigan and indiana and northwestern part of ohio producing areas of avyn oheigno ndtnttil g er once again. temperatures continue to plummet. they have been spinning off the coast of california will finally begin to move on shore. it will be increasinghe vand euaynte ugh cliiand four corners. 26 right now in rapid city. 36 over minneapolis. 50 in new york city. as we take a look at the high temperatures as we head into the gar i rapid city. >> maria molina, thanks. >>> it's time for stories you can bank on this mornin small businesses taking a wait and see approach whe it comes to hiring an spin nefroxin network. >> nice to see you. a survey showing optimism falling in the nation's sll busiss is in september. the spending cuts from the
was the deadline. what our pakistani friends have noticed is the deadline. what the taliban has noted is the deadline. and everybody is playing to that deadline. including president karzai quite frankly who has no other choice. what mr. romney has said is, yes, that works, as long as the military thinks it works. if you trust commanders on the ground, and they say can't leave just yet, then you're going to change your plan. and the taliban is terrified of that. the last thing they need it to know that the united states may not leave as quickly as they expect. and look what happened in iraq. boy, we stopped our deadline and we didn't work all that hard to make sure that schmidt [inaudible] with iraq. and look at iraq today. with a man who is trying very hard to become a shia, with civil war breaking out again, without had acted not only in iraq but in iraq's neighbors, so how well have we done? have we brought peace and democracy to iraq? by the iraqi people safe? the answer we know is now mac. so the difference is, mr. romney says for those years, there's a glitch i don't want to do,
concern about come place sans see in the battle between the taliban and al-qaida. she says think are a poor, gentler kindler taliban. it is just nonsense when it comes to the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. she called for exact revenge and let the world know that the united states will not be attacked on its own soil, that its ambassadors will not be murdered and that the united states will not standby and do nothing about it. very strong comments from that zoned war correspondent. she made those comments at at an event in chicago. bill: nato has a plan to protect turkey as it rages in syria. leland vittert is live in jerusalem watching all this as the violence with turkey, is it getting better or worse or worse, leland. >> reporter: it's about the same. the syrian syrians send a shell over, the turks respond with a an artillery barrage. this is day six or seven of this and it's very concerning. the turks are beginning to amass men, equipment, f-16's are goi going. they don't thing things are going to get worse and nato is there to defend. second of all it cuts to the s
the taliban is on the inside of the building. this is before the attack. do you not think this is relevant issue for the american people? you mentioned national security. >> well, look, fox released a poll yesterday shows the president has six point advantage over mitt romney on foreign policy, four point advantage on mitt romney on handling terrorism. i do think the american people are paying very close attention to this issue. what they're seeing in, clear successes and seriousness from the president and just reflexsive, nonpolicy, sabre rattling bluster from romney and ryan. jamie: got to leave it there. thanks so much for weighing. ladies good to see you. >> thank you. bill: some of last night's most heated exchanges happening over medicare. >> here's the problem. they got caught with their hands in the cookie jar turning medicare into a piggybank for obamacare. bill: so is congressman ryan right on that? back in two minutes. victor! iot your campbell's chunky soup. mom? who's mom? i'm the giants mascot. eat up! new jammin jerk chicken soup has tasty pieces of chicken with rice and bea
of the washington that is nonsense. she got out of afghanistan like you d and she said the taliban is gaining strength and we are not told the truth. that is a farrah phrase for word and that is her position. is it yours. >> the taliban is gaining strength and there is a narrative from administration. i want the narrative to be progress in afghanistan especially with all . sacrifice and surge and the guys who fought. but the political solution hasn't moved. karzai's government is corrupt and the taliban is gaining strength. it is not a pretty picture what of the world in afghanistan would look like in 2014. >> the surge ended too soon and he did not listen to the people on the ground and the generals spoke up he was told to be director of the cia. >> steve: next up. the naked constitution . what is it and what do our founding fathers have to do with it? >> brian: and an industry that leans left but kid rock doesn't care. >> i believe it is okay to disagree on politics and the direction of the country without hating one another. >> brian: hear what the guy with a great hat had to say yesterday
in afghanistan? should the u.s. apologize for americans urinating on taliban corpses? >> what we should not be apologizing for are standing up for our values. what we should not be doing is saying to the egyptian people, mubarak is cracking down on them, that he is a good guy. and the next day, saying he ought to go. we should not be rejecting claims for more security. we need more marines in benghazi. there were requests for extra security, those requests were not honored. this was the anniversary of 9/11. it was libya, a country we knew we had al qaeda there. al qaeda and its affiliates are on the rise in northern africa. we did not give our ambassador in benghazi a marine detachment. we should not apologize for our values. look at all the various issues out there. the vice president talks about sanctions in iran. >> i would like to move to iran. there is really no bigger national security issue in this country. both president obama and governor romney said it will prevent iran from getting nuclear weapons even if that means military action. last week, former defense secretary said a
it went down, he was leading a four man team tracking down a key taliban leader after being shot in the back he left a protected position to get a signal to radio for backup and, he and two other seals were killed that day along with 16 of his rescuers which also included seals and night stalkers with their helicopter, which was shot down. >> mortally wounded, lieutenant michael murphy found the time to say thank you in his final transmission to those directing assistance to his position. >> reporter: well, even when growing up, murphy's nickname was protector, because he stood up for kids who were billied and michael murphy's mother, maureen says the medal of honor, was always honorable, selfless and strong. >> people said to me, oh, you know, just a big dropout rate, don't worry about that and i said, oh, no, you don't know my mike. he never quits, he'll make whatever he sets out to do. he always sat in the back and even in school, he always rose to the top. i'm proud of him. >> reporter: so is america, really, the 9200-ton ship will be in new york city until tuesday and, the f
was not with the terrorist, but with their own country. >> for me, the taliban is on the inside of the building. >> steve: shocking blunders that led to the top. we'll detail that straight away. >> brian: less than four hours. singing like sinatra. ♪ when irish eyes are smiling. ♪ sure they'll steal your heart. >> brian: well done. that's how he celebrates columbus week. america really does have talent. "fox and friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ "fox and friends". >> steve: when you said sinstra, i thought it would be my way. >> brian: i apology. i should have referenced the clampsey brothers. >> gretchen: what was he doing? >> brian: the chairman joint chiefs of staff. vice-presidential debate is tonight in kentucky. >> gretchen: and they are setting it up right now. we'll get to that in a moment. moments ago, we learned that the chief of security in yemen shot dead. casim hacani shot dead on the way to work. he had been working for the u.s. embassy for 20 years. that's the only information that we have at this time. we'll keep you updated as we learn more. in the meantime all eyes will be on kentu
there on the front lines. today we have confirmation he's had multiple engagements with the taliban on the battlefield. he provides covering fire from apache attack helicopters on emergency rescue missions. >> the fire power they deliver, the support they bring to the battlefield is at an incomparable level. >> reporter: harry has trained long and hard for this. even as child, it was clear he was destined for the military. his first trip to afghanistan five years ago lasted ten weeks. cut short when it became public. >> it's not painful to be here. you're doing a job, to be with such fantastic people. >> reporter: but as we know well, there is another side to the prince. he likes to party. before he headed off to afghanistan, he got caught in las vegas with his pants down -- literally. i think prince harry is already a very popular figure. sometimes his mistakes turn into his positives. people look at the las vegas escapades and think it was a soldier letting off steam before a second deployment. i think people do love this image of him really being exactly as he seems. you look at
by the taliban for her fearless advocacy for girls' education. she remains in critical condition. the alleged mastermind of the attack, a top taliban commander, is still at large. >>> lebanese militant group hezbollah has declared that a drone downed over israel last week was theirs. israeli officials say the drone appeared to have been manufactured in iran, a longtime ally of hezbollah. >>> and a winner for this year's nobel peace prize this morning. in a unanimous decision the committee awarded this year's prize to the european union for its landmark role in history uniting the continent. the award downplays the current eurozone debt crisis, straining its 17 nations. >>> investigators searching for a missing 10-year-old girl in colorado are appealing to the public for help in finding her apparent abductor. meantime today, police expect to positive positively identify a body near the spot where jess "k" ridgeway disappeared one week ago. officials say the condition of the body has delayed identification and gave no indication of its age or gender. >>> now let's head to wall street and cnbc's
. fighting on enemy taliban fighters to save the lives of wounded soldiers. ♪ it's been a hard day's night >> and new proof it's tiring to be a toddler, times two. watch these boys take on their dinner plates. as it becomes an epic showdown, now going viral. spaghetti versus sleep. can you guess who wins? ♪ will make me feel all right >>> and happy friday, everyone. boy, i had not seen that video before it came up. that's very funny stuff. as you all know, robin is at home, recovering from her bone marrow transplant. lara is off today. great to have amy robach here. and boy, what a debate. i'm calling it the thursday night fights. real clashes. real differences. the early polls show a split decision. we're hearing a whole lot of praise for our friend and colleague, martha raddatz. she was the moderator last night from abc news. there she is, front and center. we're going to talk to her in just a minute. >> martha raddatz for president, right? vice president biden really brought the fight to the debate. calling ryan's statements a bunch of malarkey and a bunch of stuff. we're going to tal
a hero around the world. this 14-year-old girl shot by the pakistani taliban for speaking out against them. a source inside pakistan's intelligence community tells that two people including an important suspect are now in custody. the source would not say if either of them is the gunman. elizabeth palmer is reporting from islamabad. >> reporter: malala yousufzai is still unconscious, she's on a ventilator in a military hospital near islamabad. but a family friend scribes a brain scan is offering a ray of hope. a single bullet entered her head but only grazed her brain and lodged in her chest cavity. doctors did surgery to relieve the appreciate. the next 36 hours are critical to her survival and well being. all of pakistan is outraged at this act of violence. there's been vigils in schools and special prayers in mosques across the country and some small demonstrations against this terrible act of violence. for cbs "this morning" i'm elizabeth palmer. >>> two more americans have died from fungal meningitis. that brings the total to 14 deaths in 11 states. the outbreak is traced to cont
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